Prices & Registration

Registration fee:  The conference registration fee is 600 US$  ( 535 Euros).  This fee covers full participation in the three-day conference, including all its activities and including lunches, coffee breaks, conference materials and all publications.

Early Birds Discount: Registration made before 31 July 2019, gives you a special discount of 150$ and your registration fee will be then only 450 us$. Don’t miss the opportunity, register now.

Students: Students from recognized academic institutions are entitled to reduced registration fee of 500 (446 EUR). If you are a student requesting this discount, please indicate it in your registration form, and send us an official confirmation of your student status from your university.

Cancellation policy: There is no cancellation fee for any cancellation made until 20 days prior to the conference opening. So you can register now, and if something happens later and you wish to cancel – you can do it and all your money will be reimbursed. Only for cancellation less than 20 days prior to the conference opening, a symbolic cancellation fee of 100 $ will be charged. (Cancellation in the last three days prior to the conference opening will result in a 250$ cancellation fee).

Tours: For those wishing to see more during their stay in Israel, we offer a one day tour to the Dead Sea and Masada (a day before the conference, on Sunday 1st December 2019, or after the conference  on Thursday 5th December 2019)   The price for the tour: 120$ . You can register for the day tour on the conference registration form. Other special tours are available too,  if interested – ask for then at our registration office.


Hotels / Accommodation: We have reserved rooms in 3 diferent hotels with diferent levels. All those 3 hotels are located in a walking disctane from the Hebrew University Campus of Giveat Ram, where the conference will be held.  If you are interested – you can reserve your room by our registration form for a discount price.    The hotels are:    Hotel Ramada : 4 Stars hotel . Price:  150 $ per  single room BB . *   Royal Wing Hotel:  3 stars hotel.  Price:  100$ per single room  BB *   Jerusalem Gate:  2-3 stars hotel : Price 110$ per room single .


Passport  and visa: Please check and verify that your passport is valid for at least 6 months after the conference dates.

Citizens of many countries do not need an entrance visa to Israel or they get it automatically on their arrival at Tel Aviv Airport.  Those who need a visa can apply for it at the nearest Israeli consulate in their country. If you are not sure – you can check on this link (according to your nationality) if you are required to apply for a visa, or if you are exempt from it:


How to register: At the bottom of this page is the link to the online registration  form. Press the link and fill the required information in the form. Then send it on-line (the form is secured). Within three working days, you will receive a confirmation from our office.  ( If you have not heard from us after three working days –  please send us an email).

The registration procedures for this conference are handled by our registration office “Regina Tours – Israel“. In case of any question or need for assistance in the registration process or payments,  please contact Mrs. Doris Shefer    Email: [email protected]om  – Telephone: +972-2-5944776

Please do not hesitate to contact us directly at the conference secretariat (our email: [email protected]) if you have any questions.

Press here for the:   REGISTRATION FORM

(You will get our confirmation after 3 working days)


Email: [email protected]

Phone: +972-50-6901112


The Hadassah Pediatric Chronic Disease Center located at the Hadassah Mount Scopus Campus is dedicated to assisting children and their families to cope with the challenges of chronic disease. The multidisciplinary staff provides holistic and integrated care with the emphasis on providing state of the art therapeutics with culturally appropriate and psychosocially oriented caring.  A special focus of the Center is fostering peaceful co-existence which is so important in a region that is war-torn.

The Center has multiple units specializing in specific diseases including cystic fibrosis, feeding disorders, inborn errors of metabolism, Down’s syndrome, diabetes, intellectual disabilities, adoption and rheumatologic disorders.   Most recently, the Center has opened a Supportive and Palliative Care Unit which assists families in coping with children with complex medical conditions that are life-threatening.